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Fixed format of Community Portal post
Hi. I had to fix the formatting of the question you posted on the Community Portal, because you didn't have it in a separate titled section & it wasn't signed. I gave it the title "Looking for print run info" which I hope is accurate to what you intended. The best way to add a new section to a page is to click on the "+" between "edit" and "history" at the top. You sign with --~~~~ which can be added with the second-to-last tool at the top of the edit box. See Help:Wiki Conventions for more info on how to use the Wiki. And welcome to ISFDB! --Vasha (cazadora de tildes) 08:53, 3 July 2018 (EDT)